I will participate in a panel for the International Seminar on Democracy and Public Policy in India on February 27. The seminar is hosted by the Department of Political Science at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. My topic is “Governing supersized countries.” My Powerpoint is here. Seminar program here.
I presented a paper co-authored with Aroon Manoharan at NASPAA’s October conference. The paper describes questions relating to public administration posed within India’s main civil service examination over the past decade. The paper is here. The Powerpoint deck is here.
I’ll give a presentation at the 2019 Northeast Conference on Public Administration on my working paper: “Should we defend the administrative state?” The paper is available on SSRN. The Powerpoint for the presentation is here. Details about the conference, to be held in Brooklyn on November 8-10, are here. Below: excerpt from the Chicago Sun-Times, October 1948.
I’m looking forward to contributing to the upcoming doctoral student professional development consortium, organized by the Public and Nonprofit Division of the Academy of Management. The meeting will be held on August 10 in Boston. More information here.
I will present my paper, “Bridging Levels of Public Administration: How Macro Shapes Meso and Micro” at the Public Management Research Conference on June 12. Paper is here. PDF of Powerpoint is here. The conference program is here.
I will co-chair a panel on administrative traditions in public administration research at International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP4) in Montreal on June 27. Details about the panel here.
I was a panelist at the conference on public affairs education in South Asian co-hosted by the O.P. Jindal Global University and NASPAA in Sonipat, India on February 25-26.
I’ll present at the ASU-SNU BK21 International Conference in Phoenix on January 15-16, 2019. Details about the conference here. My presentation, tied to my new book project, is titled “Can superstates survive?”. PPT for the presentation here.
I’ll talk about my “Strategies for Governing” course during the JPCA-NASPAA workshop on comparative perspectives in teaching, to be held in Atlanta on October 10. Details about the workshop here.
This file provides background material for my presentation: including an explanation of the approach, the syllabus, course webpages, samples of completed assignments, and the course evaluation.
This video provided a short introduction to the course.
Powerpoint slides for my presentation to the workshop.
I chaired a panel discussion that examines the question, “Can open government promote good governance?” at the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers Newark, on September 28, 2018.